Sprache(n) für Europa. Mehrsprachigkeit als Chance / Language(s) for Europe. Multilingualism as a Chance
Auswahl an Beiträgen des 52. Linguistischen Kolloquiums in Erlangen (2017) / Selected Papers of the 52nd Linguistics Colloquium in Erlangen (2017)
Edited By Jürg Strässler
Dieses Buch präsentiert eine Auswahl an Beiträgen des 52. Linguistischen Kolloquiums 2017 in Erlangen. Unter dem Konferenzthema «Sprache(n) für Europa – Mehrsprachigkeit als Chance» behandeln die 25 Beiträge in deutscher und englischer Sprache vor allem Erst- und Zweitspracherwerb, sprachdidaktische Aspekte sowie Mehrsprachigkeit in interkultureller Kommunikation. Darüber hinaus werden neben Experimenteller Linguistik, Corpus Linguistik und Medienlinguistik auch sprachhistorische, sprachpolitische und pragmatische Aspekte beleuchtet.
Principles of Interpersonal Communication: Experimental Validation of the Model (Ksenia S. Kardanova-Biryukova)
Ksenia S. Kardanova-Biryukova
Principles of Interpersonal Communication: Experimental Validation of the Model
Communication has been extensively studied in nearly all branches of the humanities, including philosophy, sociology, psychology and linguistics. Recognition of this research issue and such a diverse scope of studies stem from the fact that communication is an indispensable aspect to societal existence and well-being, yet its complexity and various manifestations inhibit and slow down this research.
One direction of research lies in constructing communication models, which cover and explain various types of communication (mediated by technologies or not, targeted at single individuals or large audiences, one-way or reciprocal, etc.). Among recognized and popular models are those developed by Lasswell, Lazarsfeld, Shannon, Wiener, Osgood, to name just a few.
It is a well-known fact that such communication models were first designed to algorithmicize and interpret technology-mediated communication (Shannon/Weaver, 1963). Later they were reconsidered to embrace man-to-man communication and included the addresser (sender), the addressee (receiver) and the message as well as various inhibitions (noises) that curtail and distort the message. In these models the focus of research related to unveiling and systemizing those factors which affect the transition of the message rather than the calculation of the amount of information sent at the source and obtained at the receiving end.
It should be further noted that these communication models were designed with a focus on a certain type of communication: political communication (Lasswell, 1938), societal communication (Habermas, 1984;...
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